Fire & Stone
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The wood-fired pizzas within this slick, colourful interior take their inspiration from five continents. Try the ‘Marrakesh’ with ground lamb and mint-and-cucumber yoghurt, the sweet potato and yellow curry ‘Koh Samui’ or the classic ‘New York’ with crispy smoked bacon and mozzarella.